smooreswifey

WEDDING DATE:

Mar 21, 2009

smooreswifey
  • Last updated on March 26, 2009 at 2:06 pm
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DH: "Incase you get cold feet socks", some "groom" boxers from davids bridal, a b-pic book and some cufflinks with his logo on them (from etsy seller: bellamodartist)
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My daddy: A hanky & a picture frame with an 8 x 10 engagement picture
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My Mom: A hanky & a picture frame with an 8 x 10 engagement picture
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Bridesmaids:
Monogramed tote bag (3 for $5 at walmart) I had my DH embroider their initial on them, a monogramed koozie from (www.palmgifts.com), a makeup bag, photo album, a personalized initial and frame that I made, $1 damask flip flops from the Dollar Tree and $1 notebook from Michaels.
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Groomsmen:
Flasks, engraved pocket knife, hat, and a bottle of crown
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Same thing for the best man, with a watch
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  • Last updated on March 26, 2009 at 1:18 pm
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My DH's boss takes pictures on the side as a hobby, he offered to take our engagement pictures & wedding pictures free of charge. He gave us over 200 unedited pictures on a disk and since DH is a graphic designer he will edit our pictures in photoshop

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Edited by theprincessbride

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edited by H.Smith

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edited by my DH

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  • Last updated on March 5, 2009 at 2:49 am
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  • Last updated on March 1, 2009 at 8:55 am
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How I dyed my petticoat/crinoline:
I had to come up with another way to dye mine since I live in apts and (1) we dont have hot water in the washing machine (2) I cannot stop the wash cycle to let it soak

Supplies:
Your petticoat
Bucket that you can throw away afterwards
Stirring utensil that you can throw away afterwards
HOT water
Rubber gloves

Step 1: Wash in washing machine & let it air dry over night
Step 2: Fill a bucket (that you can throw away afterwards) 1/3 of the way full with HOT water
Step 3: Dip the petticoat into the clear, hot water before hand, take it out and sit it to the side (or in the sink)
Step 4: Pour half the bottle (or power) in the bucket of hot water, mix with a utensil that you dont mind throwing away later
Step 5: Put your rubber gloves on and drop the petticoat into the bucket and mix it (with your hands) around so that the whole petticoat is evenly coated
I dyed my petticoat photo 1
Step 6: Let the petticoat soak, stir occasionally. After about 30-45 mins, lift the petticoat up to uncrinkle it and drop it back in
Step 7: Rinse the petticoat off in the sink (start with hot water, gradually cooling off to cool water) until the water runs clear
Step 8: Wash in washing machine
Step 9: Hang to air dry

BEFORE:

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AFTER:

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FINAL PRODUCT:

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  • Last updated on February 9, 2009 at 6:12 am
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                                header.jpg picture by cashby

After an amazing and unforgetable summer together, we got engaged on October 19, 2007. We were planning a black and white wedding with red accents but after discovering PW, it became all about damask! Our colors changed to black and red with damask accents :) We only had a budget of $5,000 so it was interesting, stressful and insightful. I definately became a DIY bride with the help of you lovely ladies. We pulled it off though and everything came together beautifully.

We were married on March 21, 2009 in West, Texas. I am so happy to finally be married to the love of my life and I cannot wait to spend the rest of my life with him!

                              Our wedding website: www.mywedding.com/jeffreyandcasey

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  • Last updated on January 26, 2009 at 8:53 am
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Flowergirl Dress- size 8
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Red glitter girls shoes, size 13
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Red basket
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Size 8.5 Brand New

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10 ceramic rose vases (8 x 11.5 paper for reference)

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78 white organza bags

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Cake serving set with red rhinestones
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Silk bouquet (minus the pearls & 'M')

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damask card box
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